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Since it’s less than a few days left until 4th of July, we decided to make a post with the best nail art for Independence Day celebration.
We think one should always celebrate; It doesn’t matter if you are going to a party or if you’re just gonna chill at home with your family – nail art, makeup and fashion are great ways to capture the spirit of the 4th of July.
Independence Day is all about family reunions, fireworks, concerts, bbq and summer.
No matter how patriotic you are, 4th of July is a great way to bond and celebrate the freedom.
Here at Madam Glam, we have a lot of beautiful and vibrant colors, glitters, stickers and chrome powders for you to choose from; all you have to do is to use your imagination and creativity and have fun with colors and glitters.
You can do anything from the classic stars and stripes to the beautiful 4th of July fireworks.
With the help of a dotting tool (if you are using regular nail polish) or with the help of a nail brush (if you are using gel polish) you can create the stripes of the American flag, or you can draw some beautiful fireworks.
If you think that this is too complicated, you can just paint your nails in blue, red and white, you can never go wrong with this simple pattern. We would suggest our Royal blue, Get to the Point and Perfect White. Also, don’t forget to use some sparkly glitter like Holo skydive, Illumination and Love Potion, this would really take your manicure to the next level, even if it’s not a super complicated design.
Girly and creamy gel would also be perfect, for a quick and easy manicure; we feel that it embodies the 4th of July perfectly because of the blue and red confetti on a white background.
With this occasion we made a selection of nail polishes, glitters, nail stickers, gels and chrome powders, that are just perfect for 4th of July.